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Old Sep 24, 2011, 12:00 AM
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Evo 8 stock turbo/cam Factory Freak 410/401

Mod list :
Hallman MBC
PTE 1000cc
Walboro pump
Full Tbe
Greddy RS Bov
ETS LICP
T bolt clamps
NGK brp8 1 step
E85 30psi dropping off to 27psi

and the key ingredient : TSCOMPUSA aka Tom


E85


93OCT




Tom told me there was room for a bit more but I have some engine noise and rattling to fix that was causing some false knock (Radiator Support bracket)

and the best part? I didnt have a serial cable to log my wideband so Tom had to go off what I told him.. I think his threads speak for themselves.

Thanks Tom!

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Old Sep 24, 2011, 10:09 AM
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Thanks to tom I stayed neck and neck with a 600 r6 today
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Old Sep 24, 2011, 02:58 PM
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that is pretty unbelievable for stock cams. evo 8 turbo with the small hot side and FMIC, stock intake, o2 housing, goes to show each car is different, enjoy your car!
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Those are some great results for a stock 8 Turbo, cams, etc. Tom definately knows what he is doing.

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Old Sep 24, 2011, 04:17 PM
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Originally Posted by zeus1 View Post
that is pretty unbelievable for stock cams. evo 8 turbo with the small hot side and FMIC, stock intake, o2 housing, goes to show each car is different, enjoy your car!
Agreed. Forgot to mention.. Airbox is gone. Has a spectre air filter that came with the car on it right now.

Also its not the stock 02 housing.. FULL turboback
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Agreed. Forgot to mention.. Airbox is gone. Has a spectre air filter that came with the car on it right now.

Also its not the stock 02 housing.. FULL turboback
ok thanks for clarifying even then your major power adders are still not there which is unreal, saw you were doing the cams maybe (if you can afford) do a fmic at the same time but i think its cool you are wringing out every bit of the stock turbo small hotside 8 turbo
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Old Sep 24, 2011, 05:25 PM
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well im tuning it on 93oct in about an hr so i will post that result. i would imagine it makes 350 on 93 if it made this on e85. we will find out in a bit. hopefully he extracted the broken bolt in his radiator bracket and its not being held by zipties anymore

also Zack, i highly doubt its a smaller housing on the turbo.. it has to be the bigger 10.5 id imagine that came on some 8 turbos. the cars a 2005.. i dont know what year they started doing the bigger housings on the 8 turbo though. do you?

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Old Sep 24, 2011, 06:13 PM
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Originally Posted by tscompusa View Post
well im tuning it on 93oct in about an hr so i will post that result. i would imagine it makes 350 on 93 if it made this on e85. we will find out in a bit. hopefully he extracted the broken bolt in his radiator bracket and its not being held by zipties anymore

also Zack, i highly doubt its a smaller housing on the turbo.. it has to be the bigger 10.5 id imagine that came on some 8 turbos. the cars a 2005.. i dont know what year they started doing the bigger housings on the 8 turbo though. do you?
cool look forward to the 93 results. only reason i assumed it was the 9.8 side is because his car is listed as an 03 in his sig but if it is an 05 then yup 10.5
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sorry you're right its an 03. i would be very surprised if it is a 9.5 housing though.
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he must have upgraded to a 10.5 or if he bought it used then the previous owner did the upgrade because 03's definately came with 9.8 hotside. (someone correct me if i am wrong though). good luck with the tune it is cool to see all these stock turbos making big power for sure
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speaking of cool.. its getting cooler outside also.. and with cool air comes higher hp

is there a way to tell if its 9.8 or 10.5 with it still installed on the car? i would guess not ?

Im waiting for him to msg me so i can finish his tune on 93 octane.. he went to olive garden............ maybe he got stuck in the salad bowl
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^ was wondering that too Tom, I think I could tell by looking at the numbers on the inlet side. If I removed the maf / intake
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Originally Posted by tscompusa View Post
speaking of cool.. its getting cooler outside also.. and with cool air comes higher hp

is there a way to tell if its 9.8 or 10.5 with it still installed on the car? i would guess not ?

Im waiting for him to msg me so i can finish his tune on 93 octane.. he went to olive garden............ maybe he got stuck in the salad bowl
olive garden fwtw.. not that i am aware of on the turbo. yeah cooler temps help for sure usually yielded me more hp and a significant amount of torque
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Originally Posted by tscompusa View Post
is there a way to tell if its 9.8 or 10.5 with it still installed on the car? i would guess not ?
yes there is...if u look on the cold side there should be a factory stamp (where fp puts there stamp) that says "TD05-16G-10.5T or 16G-9.8T"
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This is exactly why i am having Tom tune mine in the spring, he always has great results.
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